I boogie oogie oogied my hot stuff!
I have lived in Chicago now for almost 4 years and this was the first time I had the opportunity to experience Chicago's nightlife on New Years Eve. It definitely is a crazy time in the city. I had a blast with Jorgillo. I don't know where he finds the energy to be such a party animal. He has a liver of steel I tell you! Anyhoo, to make a long story short we had a fierce time. Hydrate had a Studio 54 theme going on for the first half of the night so it was non-stop disco! Woo hoo! Donna Summer, Diana Ross, Blondie, Chic, Sister Sledge, A Taste of Honey.......I was in fucking heaven!!!!!!! Jorge and I were drinking martinis most of the night so after midnight during our drunken stupor we kind of got separated. I was all over some guy on the dancefloor but later on I found a cuter one and left with him. Unfortunately not much happened at my apartment....he passed out! Oh no! I know my sex life has been slow lately, but surely my technique is that rusty, hahaha. I will just tell myself he had too much to drink (which is probably the truth since he could barely talk).
Last night I found myself out again with Jorge, this time at Green Dolphin (Boom Boom Room). I love Monday nights there. It is such a unique mixed crowd and a nice break from Boystown.
With all of the looking back on music of 2005 I have done on my blog, I thought to myself how the internet has introduced me to so much new music I otherwise would not be aware of. Ten years ago my musical tastes pretty much reflected what was on radio or being played on The Box. So I bring to you my Top 5 albums of 1995, let the reminiscing begin!
Mariah Scarey - Daydream In the 90's I religiously bought every Mariah album that came out. By 1999 though, I lost interest in her, along with the rest of the nation!
Real McCoy - Another Night Wooo hoo! I loved all of the white guy rapper/black girl singer techno groups from the 90's!
Selena - Dreaming Of You It's a shame Selena's memory has been tarnished by the 500 "greatest hits" albums since her death, but this album was classic. I was so obsessed with this album that I even considered getting a Selena tattoo when I turned 18. Thank god my friend Reni talked some sense into me!
Jon Secada - Amor I still remember the sales person and his coworkers at Camelot Music store laughing at me when I bought this! How rude!
Marta Sanchez - Mi Mundo/My World The fiercest album of this woman's career. Out of my five picks, this is the one album that I still listen to on a regular basis 10 years later!
My computer is finally fixed and back at home, so look for a proper scandolous beefaroni post very soon!